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I am using a windows 7 64bit OS and from yesterday its not responding at all. As in aftr entering the username and password it opens and then gets stuck. At times it opens and with in a min its stuck/frozen. and other times its jus a white screen and stays like that. It works very well in safe mode with no problems. I tried scanning in safe mode but nothing was detected. I use Avira antivirus. I even tried system recovery but didnot work. Plz help me. Need my laptop to work normally....
 

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i tried doing it.. though it opened it was very slow... when i try to open an application it takes 5-10min to open... overall very slow... and now i don know what happened but the laptop is not working. as in wen the power button is pressed the toshiba logo comes and then laptop is blank. As in nothing. just like its switched off... plz advice me what to do....
 

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i tried doing it.. though it opened it was very slow... when i try to open an application it takes 5-10min to open... overall very slow... and now I don't know what happened but the laptop is not working. as in wen the power button is pressed the toshiba logo comes and then laptop is blank. As in nothing. just like its switched off... plz advice me what to do....
When you turn the system on, do any lights come on? Is the hard drive light green or another color?
 

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when i turn on the laptop the following lights are on: power(white), harddisk/optical/esata(white), wireless(orange)... thats it... do u know what is the problem?
 

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Yeah i did try the system recovery but wen i logged on after the recovery it displayed a message saying the volume shadow service something like that.... was missing and hence system recovery failed.
 

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You can NOT make a Recover Partition, it is made by the OEM of the system.

But, yes you should be able to make a Recovery DVD.

Make and model of this machine would help us find out IF this system has a "System Recover" method built in?
 

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I am sorry. I have less knowledge regarding the recover partition.. and by the way i use a toshiba L650-15G system and part number is PSK1JE-01K00XAR.. Plz do let me know if there is anything i can do to fix my lap...
 

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Give it another shot recovering it from the partition. As far as i know, it can be access/run when you hold zero(0) button and press power. Just like when turning the computer on while holding Zero button on the keyboard. When Toshiba HDD Recovery Utility Appear, it is recommended to select Restore Original Factory Image. Just follow the onscreen instruction.
In case the recovery utility was unable to access, failed, finished but still have problem. I recommend contact Toshiba on how to get a Recovery Disc or if it can be download somewhere.
 

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If you can't even get into safe mode then you do have a real problem. I'm confused though, you said it booted up to the log in screen earlier(?)

If you use the recovery partition and proceed with a complete reinstall it will wipe everything on your drive. If your recovery partition lets you just reinstall windows and keep your files then that will less bad though it will still be annoying.

Before you do any of that, boot into the BIOS (F2 or DEL immediately when you switch the computer on) and check the drive is set to IDE mode rather than ACPI. Also unplug any USB drives and/or CD/DVD's that may be in the computer.
 

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Can anyone tell me where i could PCI communication controller driver from.... in my device manager it is saying that the driver for this device is missing... So plz help me in finding a solution
 

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Check all the cable connections and see if they are attached correctly. Otherwise go for windows data recovery. It allows you to restore all the data successfully.
Be more specific. Walk the OP (Original Post) step by step throw the process. Work like your working with someone new!

Not unless your new... Are you?
 
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